January 6, 2021 Update
We are happy to announce that the 50th Anniversary Capital Campaign for our new industrial kitchen and food distribution center is completed!
Thank you for supporting this once-in-a-lifetime campaign either through a donation or purchase of a paver. Your support helped us build (and now open) The Sangiacomo Flynn Building, home to the Andy and Teri Goodman Nourishing Kitchen. This bigger and better kitchen has the capacity to take us through many more decades of providing millions of nutritious home-delivered meals to seniors in need. Thank you for making this dream a reality!
Additionally, we want to recognize and thank Jack Dorsey #StartSmall, and McKenzie Scott for their recent and very generous gifts that officially closed the campaign and helped us meet our fundraising goal. #StartSmall is Jack Dorsey’s philanthropic initiative to fund global COVID-19 relief, girls' health and education, and efforts towards Universal Basic Income. Dorsey transferred $1 billion (28% of his wealth) to #StartSmall in 2020.
By finishing this campaign on time, we can now focus our efforts keenly on our core programs, particularly our home-delivered meals and social services operations that are critical to our clients.
November 19, 2020
We officially celebrate the opening of The Sangiacomo Flynn Building, hoem to the andy and Teri Goodman Nourishing Kitchen!
Watch the virtual dedication and celebration here to include a video tour of the new kitchen as well as messages from supporters and city and state leaders.
September 23, 2020
New milestones to announce about our new kitchen!
July 30, 2020
Meals on Wheels San Francisco Executive Chef, David Hernandez, highlights some of the features and capabilities of the new ovens that just arrived at our soon-to-be-opened facility.
July 20, 2020
This week is the one-year anniversary when we officially broke ground on this project and began a new chapter in our organization's history. We're are thrilled at the progress of the new kitchen -- see photos below!
We’re excited to see the transformation of our new kitchen and food production facility take place! We’re less than 60 days away from occupying the facility as construction continues to move forward.
April 2, 2020
Now more than ever, we are looking forward to completing the construction of our new kitchen and food production facility so that we can increase our meal production and storage capacity by double in order to help those in need during crisis situations such as COVID-19. To date:
November 12, 2019
We are truly excited to provide you with the latest information on our efforts to build our new kitchen and food production facility. Here are the highlights to date:
July 2-13, 2020 PHOTOS: MOWSF
March 9, 2020 PHOTOS: MOWSF
October - November, 2019 PHOTOS: MOWSF
June, 2020 PHOTOS: MOWSF
April, 2020 PHOTOS: MOWSF
January, 2020 PHOTOS: MOWSF
July 25, 2019 PHOTOS: Constanzia Hevia
Seniors in San Francisco face a tough road – housing, cost of living, and rising medical costs.
If you would like more information on how to participate in the 50th Anniversary Capital Campaign
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Inventive Partnerships and Collaborations Serving the San Francisco Community and Helping Seniors Thrive:
Project Team Partners
We gratefully thank the following supporters for their commitments to the 50th Anniversary Capital Campaign which were received between July 1, 2017 and July 10, 2020.
Kellie and Steve Abreu
Deborah and David Ballati
The Bank of America Charitable Foundation, Inc.
Annie and Jim Barnett
Avril and Charlie Barry
Cindy A. Black
Shannon and Rob Bloemker
The Bob A. Ross Foundation
Marty and Norman Buckhart
Katie Callahan and Mark Mance
Elizabeth Cartwright and Alan Casserly
Lois and Steve Chess
Jim Connelly and Anne Mackenzie
Lisa and Jim Considine
L. Michael Costa
Craig Newmark Philanthropies
Crescent Porter Hale Foundation
Brittany Packnett Cunningham
Lindy and Erin Cunningham-McKnight
Dr. Roy L. Curry
Sharon and Mike Dixon
R. Stephen Doyle
Feigenbaum Nii Foundation
Jennifer and Alex Fervel
First Republic Bank
Russ and Lee Flynn
Sara Flynn and Donald Libbey
Amy Flynn and Paul Burke
Elizabeth Foster and Michael Harris
The Friend Family Foundation
Samantha and Mark Furstein
The Carl Gellert and Celia Berta Gellert Foundation
Leslie and Umberto Gibin
Patricia Y. Girardi
Emily and Sam Glick
Teri and Andy Goodman
Dr. Roger and Mary Greenberg
Judy and Richard Guggenhime
Walter and Elise Haas Fund
Halff Windham Foundation
Cecilia and Jim Herbert
The Herbst Foundation, Inc.
Inner Spark Foundation
William G. Irwin Charity Foundation
Pamela J.D. and William Johnson
JP Morgan Chase & Co.
Shannon and Rohan Kalbag
Keyes-Sulat Family Fund
James and Susan Kirk
Hamila and Roman Kownacki
The Stanley S. Langendorf Foundation
Nancy Leavens Fund
Connie and John Linehan
David Linnell and Linda Davisson
Timothy Marten, MD and Mary Heylin
Ashley C. McCumber and Craig Davini
Connie Tompkins McCole
Ereca Miller and John Shrewsberry
Kate and Wes Mitchell
John and Paula Murphy
Silbey Mui and Charles Siu
James Oswald and Marty Courson
Gabriella and Mark Parcella
Sonja Hoel Perkins and Jon Perkins
Audrey Brandt and Richard Pierce
Mary and LH Pitts
The Platinum Packaging Group
Cathy and Mike Podell
Debbie and Andy Rachleff
Rodgers Family Foundation
Kay Rousseau and Stuart Montgomery
Gerry and Jim Sangiacomo Family Fund
Susan Sangiacomo and Diana Pelliccione
Yvonne and Angelo Sangiacomo
San Francisco Office of Economic and Work Force Development
Patrick and Valerie Schmalz
The Schmidt Family
Nancy and Kevin Sidow
B. Lois Sitter
Dr. Ian Patrick Sobieski
The Stanley S. Langendorf Foundation
Craig and Maureen Sullivan Family Fund
Peter and Marie Sullivan
Sutter Health CPMC
TPG Global, LLC
Uber Technologies, Inc.
Frank Van Veenendall
Monique and John Viola
Atsuko Watanabe and David Sovie
Irvenia Waters and José Allen
The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation, Inc.
Mary Ellen and Jim Wilson
Rosemary T. and Harry K. Wong
Anders Yang JD
Lisa and Todd Zabelle
Xavier and Liz Zang
New Market Tax Credit Partners
Capital Impact Partners
San Francisco Community
Thank you for your support of our 50th Anniversary Capital Campaign to build a brand new kitchen that will feed homebound seniors in San Francisco for decades to come! Your generosity will help assure that we’re able to help the growing population of older adults residing in the City live independent and dignified lives in their homes.